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Mitel Trial Licences on 3300

Mitel Trial Licences on 3300

Mitel Trial Licences on 3300

HI All,
I have a customer who has been using some trial licences because they are moving to the Mitel Cloud very soon and need to keep using them.

Does anyone know a way to reset the trial licences, something like a datasave restore as temporary measure.

They will only be using the old 3300 for another couple of weeks and have been quote £3k plus installation from the current maintainer.

Any ideas would be great fully appreciated.

Many Thanks

RE: Mitel Trial Licences on 3300

depends what they were using ( over-allocation or try before buy)

you could try a system restart
in the end they have used what they can for free and most likely need to now pay .

the partner moving them might be able to arrange temp licenses with discount applied as part of the migration .

If I never did anything I'd never done before , I'd never do anything.....

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